The pH of your blood is tightly regulated by a complex system of buffers that are continuously at work to maintain .. Read More

Candida Albicans is a single celled fungal yeast. Among the most prolific organisms on ... Read More

Cancer cells only thrive in a low-oxygen state.  When your body cells and tissue are ACIDIC (below pH of 6.5 - 7.0) they lose ... Read More

Over acidity, which can become a dangerous condition that weakens all body systems, is very common today. It gives rise to an internal environment conducive to disease.

There is strong relation between the body pH and most of the disease, body weight, allergies, Enzymes, Cells Oxygen, Minerals and mostly every things including cancer, acidosis, uncontrolled diabetes, diarrhea and dehydration and respiratory diseases ... Read More

The vast majority of chronic, recurrent headaches, including tension headaches and migraines are partly due to a build-up of toxins within your nervous system. Some of these come from everyday metabolic activities. Read More

"A recent seven-year study conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, on 9,000 women showed that those who have chronic acidosis are at greater risk for bone loss than those who have normal pH levels. The scientists who carried out this experiment believe that many of the
hip fractures prevalent among middle-aged women are connected to high acidity caused by a diet rich in animal foods and low in vegetables. This is because the body borrows calcium from the bones in order to balance pH."  ... Read More

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